Phoenix – Federal Prosecutors’ Trial of Trump Supporters Who Occupied US Capitol “Arrests and Kills Elected Officials” He said in court documents.
The comment came in the wake of a lawsuit filed by prosecutor Jacob Chanley last Thursday – an Arizona man involved in the riot while playing face painting, with no shirt and horny fur hat.
as if Associated PressIn a letter to the judge urging Chancellor to remain in custody, the prosecutor stated that Chancellor intends to harm the elected officials.
“Strong evidence, including Chancellor’s own words and actions on the Capitol, supports the purpose of the Capitol uprising to arrest and assassinate elected officials in the United States.
The prosecutor went on to say that Chancellor Vice President Mike Pence had left the area a few times earlier and that Chancellor had written a threatening note to Pence.
The statement read: “It’s just a matter of time, justice is coming.”
In one photo, US Capitol police officer Kate Robissa was trying to calm the crowd down. According to the federal prosecutor, “Chancellor approached Officer Robisha and shouted at him, among other things, this is their home, and he shouted that they were there to take the Capitol and get the congressional leaders.
Chancellor also briefly stated: “He has used the bull horn to bring out a large number of members of the United States Congress.”
The statement also said that Chancellor had made himself a “prominent figure” in the “coup attempt” and that he planned to return to Washington to graduate Jan 20 Jan Beyoncé.
The Federal Court’s pre-trial service report recommended that the chancellor be released pending release. A brief statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office states that Chancellor’s use of psychotherapy, mental health problems related to the Cunningham conspiracy, and his ability to raise money through non-traditional means contributed to his flight vulnerability.
The report He recommended that the Chancellor be released, as the risk of flying and accidents could only be reduced by appearing in court for drug tests, employment requirements, and travel documents to the District of Columbia.
Prison hearings are scheduled for Friday. Chancellor has been charged with six counts of felony criminal mischief and six counts of felony criminal mischief.
Also known as Kansa Shaman, Chanceley is an article based on the concept of Trump’s political enemies, thugs and cannibals.
This story was first published by Melissa Blasius KNXV In Phoenix.